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Old 02-12-2012, 09:23 AM   #1
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Hello All,
We are buying our first toad, and like the Juke. Is anyone towing one?
What towing package do you have. Any help will be appreciated.

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Hello All,
We are buying our first toad, and like the Juke. Is anyone towing one?
What towing package do you have. Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks,

Joe & Donna Murphy
Hi Joe and Donna. I don't have the Juke, but I checked the FMCA Towing Guide for 2012 to see if the Juke can be towed 4-down. According to their chart, only the manual transmission is towable 4-down for 2012. (I'm assuming you are buying new; if not I apologize for muddying the water.)

Juke aside, many people use the Blue Ox system, RoadMaster, Demco or ReadyBrute, and others. There are tons of posts here about each system. Good luck to you.
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Thanks for the info Sarah.
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You are quite welcome. I'm not an expert on towing by any means, so if you have specific questions post 'em up and maybe someone else will chime in to help.
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Did you decide on Juke?

We have same question. Very interested in the Juke SL, FWD with 6 speed manual transmission to tow behind our Allegro. Was wondering what you decided or went to a different vehicle.
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We did go with the 2012 Juke, with blue ox and the SMI break system. Works great, no complaints, and does not add mileage to the Juke while being toad.
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